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Ceylon Silver Tips White Tea | 100g loose leaf tea in tin | t-Series VSRT

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Origin:Sri Lanka

Summary Enjoy one of the rarest loose teas made from crisp fresh young buds of the tea plant. Hand-picked and sun-dried for you at dawn for a fair wage. Only 200 grams of this tea can be picked in a day. Treat yourself to a unique cup of tea with a subtle, complex and exquisite flavor shaped by nature. You contribute to innovative environmentally friendly programs initiated by the Dilmah Conservation. For example, the hydroelectric plant on the Craighead estate, which, among other things, ensured that Dilmah is Carbon-neutral since 2017. Use these special Ceylon Silver Tips to make a delicious non-alcoholic champagne. Climate-neutral tea By paying a fair price for the tea, you contribute to innovative eco-friendly programs initiated by the Dilmah Conservation, such as the hydropower plants on the Craighead estate, which, among other things, ensured that Dilmah has been Carbon-neutral since 2017. The process of establishing two hydropower plants on the Dilmah Queensberry and Craighead estates began in 2016. Hydropower generation is planned in Craighead in July 2018 and in Queensberry in August / September 2018. Dilmah is generating about 1.5 million units of electricity per year from these types of renewable energy sources starting in 2018. White tea, refinement from picking to your cup White tea is not an everyday variety; it is the rarest form of tea. It is the crisp, young buds of the tea plant, with the most subtle, complex and exquisite flavor, shaped by nature. This one belongs to Dilmah's 'Very Special Rare Teas' collection. Our white teas are handcrafted, from a unique Camellia Sinensis strain and grown on our own Craighead Estate. The fresh buds of the tea plant are picked before dawn, by hand and collected in silk bags. This allows only a maximum daily yield of about 200 grams per picker. After picking, they are dried under filtered sunlight and selected one by one for class by specialists wearing velvet gloves. The characteristic silver, needle-like buds with their velvety texture and silver glow produce a light infusion that is extremely delicate. It demands respect in its preparation and produces a complex flavor with hints of pear, honey and a slightly spicy embrace. Watch this short video to get a good idea of where and how this special tea is made. Silver Tips champagne White tea is made with freshly filtered water that has boiled and cooled to 80 degrees C. You can pour it into a wine glass after brewing. It combines wonderfully with salmon salad, caviar and oysters. Serve this Ceylon Silver Tips extra festive as an alcohol free champagne. Make a cold-brew with white tea by adding 6 grams of white tea to a 400ml filtered or Spa Blue water in a bottle. Turn cap back on tightly and place upside down in the fridge. Turn occasionally and let steep for at least an 8-12 hours. Pour 1/3 champagne glass with the cold-brew and add 2/3 spa red. Cheers! Label Information Ingredients: Silver Tips white Ceylon tea without additives Net Weight: 40g Store in a cool, dry and airtight place

Ceylon Silver Tips White Tea | 100g loose leaf tea in tin | t-Series VSRT

| Add Your Review
Regular price €35,73
Unit price
per 
(ex BTW)

Origin:Sri Lanka

Summary Enjoy one of the rarest loose teas made from crisp fresh young buds of the tea plant. Hand-picked and sun-dried for you at dawn for a fair wage. Only 200 grams of this tea can be picked in a day. Treat yourself to a unique cup of tea with a subtle, complex and exquisite flavor shaped by nature. You contribute to innovative environmentally friendly programs initiated by the Dilmah Conservation. For example, the hydroelectric plant on the Craighead estate, which, among other things, ensured that Dilmah is Carbon-neutral since 2017. Use these special Ceylon Silver Tips to make a delicious non-alcoholic champagne. Climate-neutral tea By paying a fair price for the tea, you contribute to innovative eco-friendly programs initiated by the Dilmah Conservation, such as the hydropower plants on the Craighead estate, which, among other things, ensured that Dilmah has been Carbon-neutral since 2017. The process of establishing two hydropower plants on the Dilmah Queensberry and Craighead estates began in 2016. Hydropower generation is planned in Craighead in July 2018 and in Queensberry in August / September 2018. Dilmah is generating about 1.5 million units of electricity per year from these types of renewable energy sources starting in 2018. White tea, refinement from picking to your cup White tea is not an everyday variety; it is the rarest form of tea. It is the crisp, young buds of the tea plant, with the most subtle, complex and exquisite flavor, shaped by nature. This one belongs to Dilmah's 'Very Special Rare Teas' collection. Our white teas are handcrafted, from a unique Camellia Sinensis strain and grown on our own Craighead Estate. The fresh buds of the tea plant are picked before dawn, by hand and collected in silk bags. This allows only a maximum daily yield of about 200 grams per picker. After picking, they are dried under filtered sunlight and selected one by one for class by specialists wearing velvet gloves. The characteristic silver, needle-like buds with their velvety texture and silver glow produce a light infusion that is extremely delicate. It demands respect in its preparation and produces a complex flavor with hints of pear, honey and a slightly spicy embrace. Watch this short video to get a good idea of where and how this special tea is made. Silver Tips champagne White tea is made with freshly filtered water that has boiled and cooled to 80 degrees C. You can pour it into a wine glass after brewing. It combines wonderfully with salmon salad, caviar and oysters. Serve this Ceylon Silver Tips extra festive as an alcohol free champagne. Make a cold-brew with white tea by adding 6 grams of white tea to a 400ml filtered or Spa Blue water in a bottle. Turn cap back on tightly and place upside down in the fridge. Turn occasionally and let steep for at least an 8-12 hours. Pour 1/3 champagne glass with the cold-brew and add 2/3 spa red. Cheers! Label Information Ingredients: Silver Tips white Ceylon tea without additives Net Weight: 40g Store in a cool, dry and airtight place

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